Ofsted head warns of danger of radicalisation

Sir Michael Wilshaw, Ofsted Chief Inspector, has warned that thousands of children in unregistered schools are at risk of being radicalised. Sir Michael said that these children are “hidden away from the view of authorities” and at “risk of exposure to extremism and radicalisation”, in a letter to the Education Secretary.

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